The Dodge Tomahawk is one angry looking machine, and one that I would gladly sacrifice a left arm to own (as long as I can still use my right arm to steer this thing, I think I’ll be ok). Formed by fusing the 500-horsepower, 505 cubic inch (8.3 liter) aluminum Viper V-10 engine with a motorcycle type body, this monster tops out at a potential of nearly 400 miles per hour, though no one has been brave enough to even coming close to testing that figure out. It needs four wheels to put the power to the ground, and each wheel has it’s own suspension, moving independently from the other three. You basically sit on top of one of the largest production engines on the market today and hold on while it blasts you to 60 MPH in just 2.5 seconds. If anyone asks “Why?”, no better answer has been crafter than “Why not?”. Apparently, if Dodge goes insane and puts this into production, a select few adrenaline junkies will be $250,000 poorer but 400 MPH richer. Sounds like a deal to me, now where do I go to sell my soul?
[Via: High T3ch Magazine]